One Health Day
**VIRTUAL** Walk & Wag for One Health 5K or 3K Fun Run
Can't make it to Louisiana One Health in Action's Walk & Wag for One Health being held in Sulphur, LA ? You can still participate in the 5K Race or 3K Fun Run to celebrate One Health Day wherever you live by participating in our **VIRTUAL** Walk & Wag for One Health 5K Race or 3K Fun Run! Just grab your friends, your dog, plan your route somewhere in your city, and register for the run. When you're done, email us some pics of your version of our Walk & Wag for One Health! We'd love to post some of them on our website! You can even make fun signs or posters to use in your pics! Post your pics on social media to raise awareness of One Health Day! Make sure you use the hashtags #WalkandWag and #OneHealthDay, so we can find you!
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You will receive an official run certificate and official race swag, if you live in the contiguous United States. Entry Fee: $35.00 per person. **Registrations after October 5th will not receive an event t-shirt.** Register today and complete the Walk & Wag anytime between October 30 - November 6.
Make the VITRUAL Walk & Wag for One Health your own style! You can raise awareness of One Health by inviting others to participate with you and distributing educational material about One Health or One Health topics.
Are you a university student who cares about One Health? Break down those silos! Invite other schools at your university to participate with you! You can even feature a One Health Project you participated in to show the power of a One Health approach to solving problems and preventing them!
Posting your pics on social media of your participation in the race is a great way to share your support and an opportunity to share your story with others if you have been impacted by a One Health issue! Walk & Wag for One Health is an effort to raise awareness about One Health and One Health issues.
All proceeds will go toward supporting The Bartonella Project at North Carolina State University.
If you would like to send your pics to LouisianaOneHealthInAction@gmail.com, we would be happy to feature them on our FaceBook page or website.
All proceeds from the Walk & Wag for One Health will go to supporting The Bartonella Project at NCSU! Find out more about The Bartonella Project by watching the video below.
The Bartonella Project is headed up by Dr. Edward B. Breitschwerdt and Dr. Ricardo Maggi. Dr Breitschwerdt is Professor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Adjunct Professor of Medicine at Duke University Medical Center.